Like so many in the state we were hit hard by Hurricane Sandy. And like so many, we were able to bounce back stronger and better than ever. We are proud to be “Jersey Strong”.
Brick, NJ (PRWEB) October 24, 2013
CardCash.com, the web’s leading discount gift card marketplace, has been announced as one of New Jersey’s 50 fastest growing companies of 2013 by NJBIZ. The top 50 companies will be honored and their ranking revealed live during an awards ceremony on November 19, 2013 at The Palace at Somerset Park.
“We are proud to be part of New Jersey’s thriving business community and we are honored by the recognition from NJBIZ,” says Marc Ackerman, CCO and co-founder of CardCash.com. “Like so many in the state we were hit hard by Hurricane Sandy. And like so many, we were able to bounce back stronger and better than ever. We are proud to be “Jersey Strong”.”
After a number of strategic partnerships in 2013, CardCash.com is now on pace to continue their explosive growth, with $50 million in gross sales projected for 2013, up from $16.9 million in 2012.
An estimated $110 billion in gift cards are expected to be sold in the United States in 2013, with 10 percent of these gift cards going unused. CardCash.com lets users tap into this market by buying directly from consumers, paying up to 97% for unwanted gift cards that would otherwise sit in a person’s wallet. Consumers looking for a bargain can then buy discounted gift cards to leading retailers, saving as much as 40% at major retailers nationwide.
CardCash.com was ranked by Forbes as #85 on their 2013 list of America's Most Promising Companies, and has been ranked on the Inc. 500's list of fastest growing private companies in America for the past two years. CardCash.com is the leading online discounted gift card exchange, enabling customers to buy, sell or trade gift cards and save up to 35 percent on gift card purchases.
Headquartered in Brick, NJ, CardCash.com presently offers the largest selection of discounted gift cards online and has the highest standards of security implemented to identify fraudulent sellers and inaccurate cards.